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AIR DATE: February 11, 2010

Conservatism has always won its victories from bitter defeats, argues author Sam Tanenhaus. So will the 2008 election be such another election or have conservatives already begun a resurgence. Tanenhaus will be speaking on a panel about "The Future of Conservatism" at UNLV's Student Union Theatre tonight and he joins us to talk about the past and the future of conservatism in the postwar United States.

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